by Royal College of Nursing .
Written in English
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Nursing is a great field to go into in this economy. How to Become a Nurse will show you exactly what the title says. It gives you the best information and tells you exactly what you need to do if you're looking to become a nurse. Get this book if you were still on the fence about nursing and it will change your mind. By Jeremiah Filmdude5/5(1). Author: Carol Gino, RN, MA. Carol’s book follows a nurse throughout their career highlighting the emotionally and physically draining aspects of being a nurse. Her book’s focus is on the reality of nursing and assists the reader in understanding the professional risk of Compassion Fatigue. This book can help practicing nurses go from where they are to getting the education it takes to become a higher level nurse with better wages and a more satisfying career. Everyone wanting to expand their knowledge of the various pathways to nursing so you can be the kind of nurse you have always wanted to become/5(2). The essays here are heartfelt, compelling, and full of the kind of detail that really takes the reader into the experience of becoming a nurse. I am using this book in a composition course, that is directed to a RN-to-BSN program, and the students really are engaged and have learned about writing with honesty and focus from this little book/5().
But what that means is that Gutkind’s anthology on “becoming a nurse” is all the more important a contribution to the growing field of narrative medicine/nursing/health care. The book serves as a platform for a total of 21 nurses from around the world to tell their stories about what it means to become a nurse. Intensive Care: The Story of a Nurse by Echo Heron This book was originally published in the ’s but still holds amazing relevance for nurses today. Through her description of both her experiences as a nurse and her reflections on the work she did, she still helps nurses today. This book is for the new grad and the seasoned nurse alike. A great resource to help any staff nurse better understand the wants, needs and expectations of what being a nurse requires. Filled with real-life stories, suggestions on interpersonal and professional networking, as well as how to properly deal with expect those ‘bad days.’. Becoming a registered nurse (RN) takes study and practical experience. The work of an RN can be incredibly rewarding, but also labor-intensive. Let's take a look at what it takes to become a registered nurse. There are three main ways to become an RN. You can earn a bachelor's degree, an associate degree or a diploma in nursing.
5 Great Books for Nursing Students The ancient arts of healing the ill and comforting the dying have always been recognized as society’s noblest pursuits. Primary-care physicians and surgeons may attract most of the publicity, but nurses are the drill sergeants of the armies of health care: the indispensable experts who hold everything together. Steps to Becoming a Nurse. When you learn how to become a nurse you’ll find the first step is getting a solid education, whether you hope to be an LPN, RN, or administrator. Every state and the District of Columbia require students to graduate from an accredited nursing program in order to become licensed. The Student’s Guide to Becoming a Nurse is an essential guide for all student nurses who want to become competent practitioners. It explores the knowledge, skills and attitudes that all. 6. When Nurses Hurt Nurses: Recognizing and Overcoming the Cycle of Bullying by Cheryl Dellasega. Being a nurse, you must be known to the fact about the disputes and conflicts among co-workers who work in close quarters for a long period of time. This book has a detailed discussion of it.